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Editing TLC
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Peter A B.
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Joyce did a wonderful job of both editing and helping find inconsistencies in my manuscript. Compared to other services Joyce is both competitive in price and was very thorough, going through two and three times. Her service is outstanding and I consider her my editor for life. We authors know editing our own work is a big no no but we do it anyway Now that I have Joyce on the job I trust her enough to leave it in her hands. Thanks for a wonderful job on my many novels (4 or 5 I think so far).

Greven Photographics
4.9
from 8 reviews
  • 17 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
April C.
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George was fantastic to work with!! Our 1st session was a little rushed on my part- and my face reflected that, lol! But George was professional, kind and offered to come a second time for me to feel more comfortable! And that was it!! The pictures turned out perfect! He helped guide me to pose in ways that felt natural and helped me feel comfortable in front of the lens. If you want superior, professional pictures from a genuine, great person- George Greven is you guy!!

  • 9 years in business
  • 8 hires on Thumbtack
Geoffrey K.
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I had a special writing project for an online profile and was looking for a writer with a creative and unique approach - Mandy delivered! At every point throughout the project, Mandy was always prompt in her responses, very professional and provided sincere and effective feedback. I would highly recommend Mandy, whether it is for creative writing or her other services; you can rest assured you're working with a professional that will exceed your expectations! Thank you Mandy!

Octave Media, LLC
5.0
from 5 reviews
  • 18 years in business
Hilldale D.
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Matt has helped Hilldale Dental be seen online by creating a user friendly website and a blog/marketing plan including social media. Matt is very attentive to our needs/wants and always follows up in a timely matter with the anything we discuss in a meeting. You definitley will find value in Matt's service.

Write Results
5.0
from 3 reviews
    Les K.
    Verified review

    Sue has free-lanced for me for about 15 years. Her work is always excellent, accurate and on-time. She is capable of writing well on many subjects, but above all she is thorough and pleasure to work with. I continue to hire her and she is among the best writers I’ve found. You cannot go wrong with Sue!

    Unique Madness Web Design
    5.0
    from 2 reviews
    • 13 years in business
    Miss Angelica W.
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    Shannan did a great job designing (2) of my websites. I've received compliments from numerous clients over the years on the appearance and user friendliness of the sites. Shannan also helped me understand some of the "back end" aspects of my Word Press website which has been extremely beneficial. My online presence has also been boosted with his help & SEO knowledge. I would highly recommend him for efficient, quality website work. Thanks again Shannan. Here are links to my websites: www.whiteholistichealing.com www.coachmissangelica.com

    YamLike LLC
    5.0
    from 1 review
      Carrie C.
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      I’m writing this letter to recommend Sarah Dorfman for your current employment opportunities. When I was the Marketing Manager at The Wharf Marketplace in Monterey, California, I hired Sarah to write for the website, menus, and marketing materials. She is an excellent writer and detailed editor; a combination I was having trouble finding. After working with Sarah on those projects I realized her skills in other areas that I was becoming too busy to handle. She set our social media in motion and was not only successful at growing our likes and followers, but she was great at starting conversations and getting people to interact with our brand. At the time The Wharf Marketplace was a new business and Sarah had a major role in helping us stay on brand, gain loyal customers, earn the respect of fellow business partners. Sarah was very valuable to me, and I’m confident you would have the same results. Sincerely, Carrie Crook Former Marketing Manager for The Wharf Marketplace, Monterey, California. 2013-2015

      Teri Parris Ford
      5.0
      from 1 review
      • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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      I am a high school art teacher who teaches photography, art metals and glass. I am an artist, specializing in watercolor and portrait photography. I am a blog writer. I have a daily blog on my website, and I have had feature posts at madison.com (Madison, WI) on mothering. I also travel often.

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      To passionately express the personal view of an individual. Emblematically view the opinions and facts and accomplish your agendas and goals.

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      Can handle all forms of writing, editing, proofreading and rewriting. Experience comes from more than three decades of managing newspapers and magazines.

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      I am an English teacher with a knack for writing and editing, and any work I do is guaranteed to be accurate.

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      I am a Madison, WI based social media expert and writer. I have marketed everything from musicians to small businesses, foundations and sports teams. I can build and grow your business's online presence, strengthen your brand, and increase customer interaction.

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      Corporate communicator: I write books, articles, and advertising copy of all kinds. My specialties include marketing, management, and consumer awareness. Publishers find me the kind of author they return to time and again. Book developer: I help other people fulfill their writing ambitions. I have worked with acquisition editors to locate authors, develop manuscripts, and produce books. I’ve worked with authors to find publishers, then helped them turn book ideas into books in stores. Personal historian: I help individuals, families, businesses and communities capture and share their stories in books, interviews, workshops, and intergenerational programs.

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      I specialize in helping writers make their work clear, concise, and well-organized. The most effective and persuasive writing is that which allows the reader to spend mental energy on the content and ideas presented, not getting stuck on details and structure that obscures those ideas. This is what I focus on bringing out and helping my clients and students accomplish in the their writing. I have 6+ years of professional experience as a writer and editor of a wide variety of genres. I've worked as a content writer for a website receiving 250,000+ hits/month, a lead technical writer in the educational software industry, and a writing tutor to over 100 different students and writers. I've edited everything from short fiction and novels, to academic papers and theses, to web and marketing copy, to operations manuals and technical guides, to news articles and feature pieces.

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